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Indian Journal of Home Economics  (IJHE)
Number of issues per year: 4
ISSN: 2250-0782 (Print)
ISSN: (Online-Open Access)
Subscription for Individuals: 2400 INR Out Side India : US$ 500
Subscription for Institutes: 4800 INR Out Side India : US$ 800
Price for single copy: 500 INR Out Side India : US$80 (include $40 for Air Mail)

Scope of the Journal:

ndian Journal of Home Economics (IJHE) is going to publish with both online and print versions. The journal covers the frontier issues in the Home Science and Home Economics. The subjects covered by the journal include  

Home Economics  Food Science: Standard statement. Food Science includes food technology; food chemistry; sensory evaluation of foods; food analysis; raw materials for processing; principles of sanitation in processing and handling of foods; engineering for food processing; physical, chemical and colloidal phenomena of food products; state of metabolism of lipids food microbiology; and chemistry of lipids in foods. Food Science has many interdisciplinary aspects in the basic sciences, agriculture, and engineering, and relevant materials are selected by libraries serving these disciplines.1) home economics, including home economics education; 2) family and consumer economics, including family financial management, economics of consumption, and home equipment; 3) foods and nutrition, including food selection and preparation, experimental foods, quantity food production and service, pediatrics and nutrition, nutritional aspects of disease, physical growth and nutrition, and institution and restaurant management; 4) human development and family ecology, emphasizing infancy and pre-school ages and including child development, early childhood education, day care centers, family relationships, comparative family organization, the contemporary American family, family mediation, and child life in medical settings; and 5) textiles, apparel, and interior design, including apparel design and selection, consumer textiles, textiles for interiors, costume design and history, textile and apparel marketing and retailing, textile science, and textile history etc.